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This is an innovative introduction to the use of photography, collaborative video, drawing, objects, multi-media production and installation in research. Claudia Mitchell explains how visual methods can be used as modes of inquiry as well as modes of representation for social research. She provides a range of conceptual and practical approaches to a variety of tools and methods, while also highlighting the interpretive and ethical issues that arise when engaging in visual research. She draws on her own work throughout to offer extensive examples from a variety of settings and with various populations.
PART ONE: INTRODUCTION
Getting the Picture
On a Pedagogy of Ethics in Visual Research
Who's in the Picture?
PART TWO: VISUAL METHODS FOR SOCIAL CHANGE: TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES
Not Just an Object
Working with Things, Objects and Artefacts in Visual Research
Seeing for Ourselves
A Case for Community-Based Photography
PART THREE: ON INTERPRETING AND USING IMAGES
Working with Photo Images
A Textual Reading on the Presence of Absence
Data Collections and Building a Democratic Archive
'No More Pictures without a Context' (with Naydene de Lange)
Look and See
Images of Image-Making
What Can a Visual Researcher Do with a Camera?
Changing the Picture
How Can Images Influence Policy-Making?